'Bluetouch' wants to keep your eyes on the road
It has a large touch screen to make calls with mobile phones.
Drivers may Bluetouch" system at least tries to lessen the dangers of dialing behind the wheel with a large touch screen that seems much easier (and therefore safer) to use than a handset keypad that requires you to avert your eyes., , or even while behind the wheel, but mobile phones have firmly retained their status as king of the road where distractions are concerned. Acknowledging that reality, the wireless "
And if the touch screen is still too difficult, according to Chip Chick, there's also a voice-recognition feature that controls not only your calls but also directions for your MP3 player or other Bluetooth devices. It costs $399, but that's still cheaper than buying a new car that comes with the technology--not to mention the hospital bills from an accident caused by making a call the old-fashioned way.